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    Robert James D's Reef tank, Oct 8, 2018
  1. Robert James D

    Picked this little guy up in Brisbane right after Macna Vegas 2018. Was literally a last minute purchase before I jumped up another plane to head north 1.5hrs.

    I was stumped with the 3 week comparison shots[emoji15]. First images are from the day after I put the Red Digi in the tank.
    #reefanabolics is doing its job![emoji1434] [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
  2. Robert James D's Reef tank, Aug 6, 2018
  3. Robert James D


    A few top down shots from the last “low tide”. Finding bits of random SPS and LPS hiding amongst it all. Never ceases to amaze me the random things you can find if you hard hard enough [emoji304][emoji92]

  4. Robert James D's Reef tank, May 18, 2017
  5. Robert James D


    Been fortunate enough to have access to the best frags in AU, been slowly moving on many of my older colonies to make room for some what "quality" not necessarily quantity as some would say.

    Hopefully over the next 6 months I can show some extreme growth with new SPS specimens from all Around AU utilising Reef Anabolics Advanced Trace Elements Support System.

    Getting excited to log time laps photos with data logs, dosing consumptions, temps and specific experiments with RA's new AminoPRO and vitamins. [emoji1434][emoji16]


    Best part about this is the sneaky nano that will also start its new thread with all data logs!
  6. Robert James D's Reef tank, May 5, 2017
  7. Robert James D

    This product has made my system. I've seen epic growth and colour. This is my little secret im finally sharing [emoji184]

  8. Robert James D's Reef tank, Mar 30, 2017
  9. Robert James D


    Dallas [emoji7][emoji7]

  10. Robert James D's Reef tank, Feb 13, 2017
  11. Robert James D

    First frag session was last month with the purple/blue stags, golden Millepora and Horrida Bombie.

    Second frag session was tonight, hacked up overgrowth from Hyacinthus, green/blue tip stag, aspera stag, SSC frags overgrowing, blue stags, green pocci, purple stags. teal stags and Tenius. Too much growth can be a problem. Some say it's a good problem to have!

  12. Robert James D's Reef tank, Jan 16, 2017
  13. Robert James D

    Was at the point I had no choice but to disturb my system again with all my colonies going to war [emoji19]. Tanks calcification acceleration is just phenomenal and I'm extremely happy with the direction my 1 year old system is heading in.

    It's such a pain in the **** but a good problem to have!

    Cheers Kev. Love your work mate